Briatore not job hunting during Monza visit 8 September, 2013 Flavio Briatore with Toto Wolff in the Monza paddock Former team boss Flavio Briatore insists that he is not interested in returning to Formula 1, despite his presence in the Monza paddock during the Italian GP weekend. The flamboyant Italian left Renault and the sport amid disgrace and the ‘crashgate’ scandal, but has often been linked with a return to Formula 1, possibly in a commercial role. The 63-year-old returned at least to the Monza paddock on Saturday, but he was accompanied by his wife and three-year-old son. “I’m not looking for a job, that’s for sure,” Briatore told the German broadcaster Sky. “I am currently very happy with my life and my job. My life is very exciting – I have a wonderful wife and a wonderful baby. We are a wonderful family. “Before, my family was the team. Now there are only two people, which is much easier to manage,” he smiled. (GMM.) Subbed by AJN. Tweet Related NewsFerrari’s decline in F1 causing corporate blushesWolff: Only a paranoid mind would think such a thingRed Bull accept damage limitation at MonzaMontezemolo: I want a competitive carBriatore says Mercedes feud giving life to F1Future of Montezemolo hot topic at MonzaItalian Grand Prix: Friday press conferenceLauda: I apologised to Nico but it was his faultItalian Grand Prix: Renault preview MonzaMonza must accept new contract terms warns Ecclestone lawl Hes the man! Hes the solution to Alonso’s problems. No more 2nd driver going faster, no more old brasilians in 4th place. No more crying on the radio by some small baby. Develop a car? whats that? TLittle Alo. Alo needs a Briatore, Little ALO NEEDS SOMEONE WHO FORCE MASSA TO CRASH VETTEL, WEBBER AND HULKENBERG SO HE CAN WIN.